Amy Hatch is a PhD student and Teaching Assistant in Music Theory at UNT. She is a recipient of the Celia Berwin Scholarship and the Provance & Chapman Scholarship. Amy earned a B.A. in Music (2011) and an M.M. in Music Theory (2013) from Texas State University - San Marcos, where she was instructor of record for Basic Musicianship under the supervision of her thesis advisor, Dr. Cynthia Gonzales. Amy's research interests include Transformation Theory, Russian Music Theory, and Music Theory pedagogy/Music Education. Her interests also include analysis of Tejano music, in which she will present on the motivic analysis of David Lee Garza's music at the 2018 SMT/AMS National Conference in San Antonio, TX.
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